disjointedness love

Definitions

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  • n. The state or condition of being disjointed.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state of being disjointed.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. lacking order or coherence

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Eric Watkinson presenting on behalf of the Food and Allied Workers union, referred to this issue as "disjointedness".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • There were lags between questions and answers, and the disjointedness of the content meant that no topic got more than a quick going-over.

    Alan Schroeder: A Novelty, Not a Revolution: The Republican Twitter Debate

  • "When there have been significant numbers of new people arriving in neighborhoods ... on occasions not really wanting or even willing to integrate that has created a kind of discomfort and disjointedness in some neighborhoods," he said.

    Immigration Divides U.K. Ruling Coalition

  • Business Secretary Vince Cable said Mr. Cameron's speech, in which he talked of an influx of immigrants sometimes leading to "discomfort and disjointedness," risked inflaming extremism.

    Immigration Divides U.K. Ruling Coalition

  • David Cameron will warn that immigrants unable to speak English or unwilling to integrate have created a "kind of discomfort and disjointedness" which has disrupted communities across Britain.

    David Cameron says that immigrants should learn English

  • That's why, when there have been significant numbers of new people arriving in neighbourhoods, perhaps not able to speak the same language as those living there, on occasions not really wanting or even willing to integrate, that has created a kind of discomfort and disjointedness in some neighbourhoods.

    David Cameron says that immigrants should learn English

  • That's why, when there have been significant numbers of new people arriving in neighbourhoods … perhaps not able to speak the same language as those living there … on occasions not really wanting or even willing to integrate … that has created a kind of discomfort and disjointedness in some neighbourhoods.

    David Cameron on immigration: full text of the speech

  • This deliberate disconnect from parents and the subsequent fragmentation of their own families has produced further generations marked by social/sexual disjointedness and instability, and so many young families today have as likely as not had no guidance or example for how sex and family is done in any semblance of a normal way.

    Dr. Janet Smith replies to Dr. Schindler, defends Christopher West

  • To do so creates a surreal disjointedness that stands in contrast to the very complex problem that the behavior represents: human sexuality and notions of addiction, deviance, and obsession, all combined into the expansion of technology to feed those vices.

    G. Elijah Dann: To Catch A Sinner -- Chris Hansen And The Spectacle Of Moral Transgression

  • Even some of those gathered in Phoenix criticized the size and disjointedness of the intelligence community and its contracting base.

    Top Secret America: National Security Inc.

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